The Minute I Saw You By Paige Toon

The Minute I Saw You By Paige Toon


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When Hannah meets Sonny, she’s irresistibly drawn to him: he’s sexy and confident, but only in town on holiday. That’s fine with Hannah – she doesn’t do long-term relationships. And luckily for her, neither does Sonny. But before they can even so much as kiss, Sonny receives some shocking news and commits to making serious life changes – ones that can’t and won’t include romance.

With even a short fling now off the cards, Hannah and Sonny settle for being friends. But as summer hots up and their chemistry shows no signs of cooling, they start to question their reasons for shutting each other out.

Are they both too broken to find love? And if they tear down the walls between them, will they still like what’s on the other side?

My Thoughts:

Paige Toon has done it again another brilliant read that I could not put down. I love that Paige’s books always are uplifting and once you finish them you always have a smile on your face. I always know when I need cheering up to reach for a Paige Toon book. I loved the story about Hannah (good name) and Sonny’s story, they both have secrets but will they both break the barrier and let each other know what has happened in their pasts. I felt as though I was friends with Hannah straight away as she seems an easy going person that puts other people before herself and she is very caring. She has had a tough start in life and carries around her second heartbreak every single day but shows how you can continue your life. I felt slightly wary of Sonny to start with, I wasn’t sure what his intentions were and he has a lot of skeletons in his past, but I did eventually warm to him hearing about his past. Paige delves into issues that are necessarily bought up in this type of genre, I am most grateful to Paige for bringing up these topics and I feel as though we should be talking about them more. I don’t know how Paige will top this book with her next book but I look forward to finding out.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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